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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada unequivocally condemns Iran’s attacks on Israel after Tehran fired ballistic missiles at targets within the country. This incident marks Iran’s first direct military attack on Israel, with Israel also reporting the launch of over 100 bomb-carrying drones towards its direction. U.S. officials, speaking anonymously, confirmed that some of the missiles en route to Israel were intercepted. Conflict between the two countries heightened after an airstrike attributed to Israel destroyed Iran’s consulate in Syria, prompting Iran to vow revenge. Trudeau is receiving regular updates from national security and intelligence advisors regarding the situation.

In response to the escalated risk, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly advised Canadians to avoid all travel to Israel. She recommended that Canadians currently in Israel leave by commercial means as a safety precaution. Air Canada cancelled its Saturday flight to Tel Aviv and operates four non-stop return flights per week from Toronto to Tel Aviv. The next flight is scheduled for Monday, with the airline implementing a flexible rebooking policy for affected customers. Conservative member of Parliament Michael Chong, serving as the foreign affairs critic, joined in condemning Iran’s attack and expressed solidarity with Israel. He called on the Trudeau government to collaborate with allies to ensure Israel’s security and maintain regional stability.

The attacks on Israel by Iran have sparked concern internationally, with Canada joining the condemnation and expresssing support for Israel’s security and stability. Prime Minister Trudeau and his government are closely monitoring the situation and receiving updates from advisors. Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly advised against travel to Israel and recommended that Canadians in the country leave using commercial means. Air Canada cancelled its flight to Tel Aviv and is offering a flexible rebooking policy for affected passengers. Conservative member of Parliament Michael Chong echoed the condemnation of Iran’s attacks and emphasized the importance of working with allies to support Israel’s security.

As tension between Iran and Israel continues to escalate, the international community is closely watching the situation unfold. Prime Minister Trudeau has condemned Iran’s attacks on Israel and pledged to work with allies to ensure Israel’s security and regional stability. Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly advised Canadians to avoid travel to Israel and encouraged those in the country to depart using commercial means. Air Canada cancelled its flight to Tel Aviv and introduced a flexible rebooking policy for affected passengers. Conservative member of Parliament Michael Chong expressed solidarity with Israel and called on the Canadian government to collaborate with allies to support Israel in the face of ongoing threats.

The recent attacks by Iran on Israel have drawn condemnation from Prime Minister Trudeau and Canadian officials, who are closely monitoring the situation. Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly advised against travel to Israel and recommended that Canadians in the country leave using commercial means. Air Canada cancelled its flight to Tel Aviv and enacted a flexible rebooking policy for impacted passengers. Conservative member of Parliament Michael Chong stood in solidarity with Israel and urged the Trudeau government to work with allies to ensure Israel’s security and enhance regional stability. The international community continues to observe the escalating tensions between Iran and Israel with a focus on supporting Israel’s safety and stability.

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